Type: varnish finish

  • Principle: A varnish surface "sealer" for flooring.
  • Advantages: Protects against stains and stands up to wear and tear Available in matt, satin or gloss.
  • Regular care: with a vacuum cleaner and a well wrung out mop and a cleaning product containing wax.
  • Periodic care: With a hardener

Type: oil finish

  • Principle: impregnation of wood with a special oil.
  • Advantages: finish suitable for intensive-use areas. Partial treatment of flooring is possible.
  • Regular care: with a vacuum cleaner and a well wrung out mop.
  • Periodic care: with and oil spray (using a floor waxer is recommended).

Type: waxed finish

  • Principle: impregnation of wood with wax.
  • Advantages: gives a warm look to the wood. Natural product.
  • Regular care: with a vacuum cleaner.
  • Periodic care: with wax.


Type of finish: application of a sealer and a wax

  • Principle: plug the pores of the wood with a sealer and then apply wax.
  • Advantages: leaves the wood light-coloured. The wax prevents dirt from penetrating the flooring and limits stains.
  • Routine and periodic care  The same as that for waxed finish.